• Preventing Blindness In Premature Babies is Aim of Study
    A University at Buffalo researcher has received a $436,000, two-year grant funded by the National Eye Institute to investigate a treatment that could prevent blindness in extremely premature babies.
  • UB Physicists Report First Evidence of Most Fundamental Form of Matter: Quark/Gluon Plasma
    In an experiment that has, for the first time, recreated aspects of the Big Bang in the laboratory, University at Buffalo physicists have observed the strongest evidence yet of the most basic form of matter, the quark/gluon plasma.
  • Researchers Report New Findings About Nuclear Matrix
    University at Buffalo researchers who pioneered basic research on the nuclear matrix, the internal structure of the cell nucleus, are reporting new data on its role in organizing and integrating genetic processes this week at the first major international conference devoted to the nuclear matrix.
  • "Niagara Park, North America" -- Bi-National Tourism Plan For Niagara Falls Proposed By UB Planners Proposes Closing Rainbow Bridge to Vehicle Traffic
    University at Buffalo graduate students in the School of Architecture and Planning will present recommendations today (Wednesday, April 26) for the development of a bi-national tourism plan for the Niagara Falls region to a group of 15 Canadian and American business persons and government officials on whose behalf they conducted the project.
  • Explore Flavonoids' Health-Promoting Properties, UB Researcher Urges Experimental Biologists
    Elliott Middleton, Jr., M.D., professor of medicine at the University at Buffalo, thinks the answer is yes. He has been investigating the function of these low-molecular-weight, organic plant compounds for 16 years, and has published a number of papers on the subject.
  • Headrick Named Provost of University At Buffalo
    Thomas E. Headrick, Distinguished Service Professor at the University at Buffalo and senior counselor to UB President William R. Greiner, has been named provost of the university.
  • UB to Hold Commencement Ceremonies May 12-14
    A University at Buffalo alumnus who was a pioneer in the treatment of kidney disease and a nationally known novelist and playwright will receive honorary degrees during commencement ceremonies to be held May 12-14 at the University at Buffalo.
  • Parents In The Dental Treatment Room....Yes Or No? Two UB Dentists Say "Yes" And Present Guidelines For Others
    To allow or not to allow parents in the dental treatment room with their children -- that is a question dentists have been debating for decades.
  • Challen Fund Established In UB School of Management
    Bruce Challen, a 1930 arts-and-sciences alumnus of the University at Buffalo, has established an undergraduate scholarship in the University at Buffalo School of Management with a bequest of $200,000.
  • Breverman Receives Meissner Prize From National Academy of Design
    Harvey Breverman of Amherst, professor of art at the University at Buffalo since 1961, has been awarded the Leo Meissner Prize in Graphics by the National Academy of Design. He was elected a member of the academy two years ago.
  • Aaron N. Bloch, Provost of University At Buffalo, Dies At 53
    Aaron N. Bloch, Ph.D., provost of the University at Buffalo, died suddenly Saturday (April 8, 1995) in his home in East Amherst. He was 53.
  • Technology And Program Changes Implemented to Improve Undergraduate Education At UB
    The University at Buffalo is making a concerted effort to improve the overall undergraduate experience and to help students, including transfer students, move more easily through the university system and graduate within four years of enrollment.
  • Hi-Tech Computer Technology Assists UB Students In Job Searches
    Graduating students at the University at Buffalo and prospective employers now have access to cutting-edge computer technology designed to assist them in job searches that have become more difficult due to corporate downsizing.